Scott Chisholm (actor)

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Scott Chisholm
Born (1993-09-20) 20 September 1993 (age 23)
Enfield, London, England
Occupation Actor, television presenter
Years active 1998–present

Scott Chisholm (born 20 September 1993)[1] is an English actor and television presenter.

Early life[edit]

Born in Enfield, London, Chisholm attended St. Andrew's C of E Primary School and Davenant Foundation School. His mother Julia (née Lawrence) is a dance teacher who attended the Arts Educational School before herself performing professionally. It was through her teaching that Chisholm gained an agent at the age of three years.


After two years' work in advertising, Chisholm made his professional debut at age five[2] as a presenter during the "Small People" segment of BBC Future Generations, a charity programme to benefit Children in Need.[3] He subsequently began presenting for BBC Holiday in Kenya. He was one of three children who appeared in all episodes of the comedy series The Giblet Boys (2005).[3][4]



Year Title Role Notes
2004 Things to Do Before You're 30 Joe
2006 Stormbreaker Boy in Hamleys Uncredited


Year Title Role Notes
1998 BBC Future Generations Himself Presenter of segment "Small People"
2001 Casualty Harry Butler Episode: "On the Edge"
2001 Murder in Mind Craig Squires Episode: "Neighbours"
2005 The Giblet Boys Pud
2005 Rome King Ptolemy XIII Episode: "Caesarion"
2007 Time Shift Himself Episode: "Goodbye Children Everywhere: The Changing World of Children's Television"


  1. ^ Database (undated). "Scott Chisholm". A&J Management (a "theatrical agenc[y] for young people"). Accessed 11 January 2010.
  2. ^ Staff writer (30 November 1998). "Children's Classics Go Back to the Future". BBC News. Accessed 11 January 2010.
  3. ^ a b Database (undated). "Scott Chisholm". Internet Movie Database. Accessed 11 January 2010.
  4. ^ Database (undated). "Episode List for The Giblet Boys". Internet Movie Database. Accessed 11 January 2010.

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